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CCOP Directors & Volunteers Monthly Meeting The 2nd Thursday of each month from 8pm-9:30pm
Chase Bank - Community Room
2112 15th Street

Next Volunteer Training Class  Saturday September 16 @ 1 PM Pre-Registration is required.  




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Newsletters

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There are a number of useful e-newsletters available which will help to keep you “up to speed” of current happenings within the neighborhood and with the organizations the produce the newsletters.  We’d certainly encourage your to sign-up for one or more of the following.

CCOP E-Newsletter

Our CCOP e-newsletter is typically produced once a month and will keep you updated on neighborhood crime trends, CCOP operations and events, important meetings or challenges and so on. You may register to receive an e-mail advisory when our newsletter has been posted to the web site by sending an e-mail to info@CastroPatrol.org with “E-Newsletter Registration Request” in the subject line.

Archived CCOP E-Newsletters

 

SFPD MISSION Police Station E-Newsletter 

The San Francisco Police Department Mission Station used to provide a weekly e-newsletter to keep everyone up to date with news and crimes within the Mission district, however they have recently launched a station web site which now contains the report.

Check out the SFPD Mission Station web site at www.MissionStation.org

 

 SFPD PARK Police Station E-Newsletter 

The San Francisco Police Department Park Station provides a weekly e-newsletter to keep everyone up to date with news and crimes within the Park district.

You may register to receive the SFPDPARK e-newsletter by sending an e-mail to SFPDParkStation@sfgov.org with “E-Newsletter Registration Request” in the subject line.

Check out the SFPD Park Station web site at www.ParkStation.org

 

SF Safety Awareness For Everyone E-Newsletter 

The San Francisco SAFE organization, our fiscal sponsor, provides a monthly e-newsletter to keep everyone up to date with news and crimes within the city as well as some useful safety tips and techniques.

You may register to receive the SAFE e-newsletter from their web site at the following location http://www.sfsafe.org/information/newsletters/

Check out the SAFE web site at www.sfsafe.org
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